This sentence is from a Spiegel article. The context is discussions about the Olympics and banning the Russian team for doping. The sentence in question is the first sentence under the third paragraph (under the “Wann geht es weiter?” headline):
Für den 21. Juni hat IOC-Präsident Thomas Bach zum so genannten Olympic Summit nach Lausanne geladen.
I thought at first that geladen in this sentence meant invited, but given that to invite requires a direct object in this context and that there is none, I was wondering if there was another definition of geladen that I may be missing (most of the other definitions of geladen are charged or loaded, which doesn’t make sense in this context).